IEEE logo
CEDA logo

TTTC logo

UTCN logo

20th IEEE European Test Symposium
May 25-29, 2015
Cluj-Napoca, Romania



The symposium venue (Grand Hotel Italia) offers taxi transfer service for 15 € per car (max. three persons). The fee is to be paid at the hotel reception and will appear on the hotel invoice.
If you require this service, please contact Grand Hotel Italia (grandhotelitalia[at]


Due to its location (equal distance between two East-European capitals, Bucharest and Budapest) and its economic situation, Cluj-Napoca is easy to reach by different means of transport:

By plane:

Cluj-Napoca International Airport, located at 8 km from the city center, offers directs regular flights to the following domestic and international destination and returns: Barcelona, Bari, Basel, Beauvais, Bergamo, Bologna, Brussels, Bucharest, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Geneva, Köln, Luton, Madrid, Malmö, Munich, Nüremberg, Rome, Tel Aviv, Treviso, Valencia, Vienna and Zaragoza.

Cluj-Napoca International Airport is linked with the city center:

  • By a public transportation line (duration of the trip: Airport -> Cluj-Napoca center approximately 30 minutes), every 10 minutes between 5:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday and every 30 minutes between 5:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. in weekend. The trip cost is 0.45€.
  • By taxi (duration of the trip: Airport -> Cluj-Napoca center approximately 20 minutes), the trip cost is around 10€.
  • Other options for those who do not have direct flights to/from Cluj-Napoca International Airport are offered by the Bucharest and Budapest international airports, the links between these European capitals and Cluj-Napoca being made by plane (only for Bucharest), by train, by car or by bus.

    The two main international airports from Bucharest: Henri Coandă Bucharest Otopeni International Airport and Aurel Vlaicu Bucharest Băneasa International Airport offer direct and regular flights to/from the following cities:

  • North, Central and West European cities: Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Helsinki, Ljubljana, Milano, Paris, Prague, Warszawa, Zurich;
  • South European cities: Athens, Chisinau, Istanbul, Kiev, Moscow, Sofia, Thessaloniki;
  • North American cities: New York, Washington;
  • Orient cities: Amman, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Dubai, and Tel-Aviv.
  • The international airport from Budapest, Budapest - Liszt Ferenc International Airport offers direct and regular flights to/from following cities:

  • North, Central and West European cities: Amsterdam, Berlin, Berne, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Geneva, Goteborg, Hamburg, Helsinki, Lisbon, Lyon, Malmo, Malta, Manchester, Milano, Naples, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Stockholm, Tampere, Warszawa, Zurich, Zagreb;
  • South European cities: Athens, Bucharest, Istanbul, Kiev, Moscow, Riga, St. Petersburg;
  • Orient cities: Cairo, Doha, and Tel-Aviv.

  • By train:

    Cluj-Napoca railway station, located in the city center, offers direct train connections with the following European capitals: Bucharest, and Budapest.

    By car and bus:

    Cluj-Napoca is linked with Bucharest through the following main routes:
  • Highway A1, European route E81 (450 km)
  • Highway A2, European route E60 (464 km)

  • Cluj-Napoca is linked with Budapest through highway M3 and European routes E79 and E60 (483 km).
    Cluj-Napoca Beta bus station, located near the railway station, offers direct bus connections with Bucharest and Budapest.